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[[pre-printed tab for letters of the alphabet]] B [[/pre-printed]] Body, [[strikethrough]] a [[/strikethrough]] projected, Quore upon the Length & Nature of the cure described. Quore 1. p. 9. ---ies, how were they first put in Motion. 2.12. p.g. ----- how do they act upon one another to produce Fire 2.14. p.g. ----- large one swallow the motion of a less, how. 2.17.2. ----- a dense one contains more Light than a [[rarer?]]. 2. 20. p.2. ----- turning upon its Axis, seems not to send out Rays [[underline]]quaquaversum.[[/underline]] 2.22. p.2. -----'s Bulk + weight increased by Heat. p.4. Brass vessels pernicious to prepare food in. p.6. Body, consequence of one + two, placed in the Universe filled with æther. p.16. Brass [[underline]]without weight.[[/underline]]. p.14. method of gilding it. p.33. Bodies, of different Specific gravities immerg'd in a fluid, phenomenon thereof. p. 3A. ---- their Ascent in fluids specifically heavier Vol. II. p. 61. ---- densest, contain most fire. p. 46. ---- Electric [[underline]]perse[[/underline]] and nonelectric. p. 48. which cannot be mixed. p. 48. Barometer, inclosed in a bladder alters not by rarifying or condensing the inclosed air. p. 54. ---- but rises when heat is applied. p.56 ---- rises not in proportion to the quantity of air. p.56. ---- measuring of heights thereby, erroneous. p.56. Barley grows up + comes to perfection in 6 weeks. p. 62 Blood flows from the Arteries to the Veins. p. 62 Body, greatest + least velocity of it, that can be so as to describe a curve that will return into itself p.39. Brass, the quantity of its expansion p. 92.140,155. Blood, - warm, the cause of muscular motion. p. 94. Bars of iron, made magnetical, p.97,98&99. Bleeding, Violent, how stopped. p.69. Barrenness in both sexes, how helped. p.21. Bason fill with dense Medium & objects therein. p.136. Blood, a curious phenomenon of it in the heart. p.144. Barbados, a curious observation made there. p. 146. Barometer, some attempts to explain the cause of its rise &c. 152. Brown (Bp.) Margin. p.97. Barometer, a good one, Philos. Trans. 1761 vol. 52. p.146. --------------------- Gents. Mag. for June 1765, or Vol. 35th page 272. Do. for Feb 1755. Vol. 25. p.75. Berkley, B. his doctrine. Vol. II. p.75. Body Animal, effects of heat + cold thereon. Vol. I. p.255. Black, to dye ^[[wood ]] [[strike-through]]oak[[/strike-through]] of a fine black, Vol. II. p.79. Barometer, construction + corrections, Vol. II. p.94. ------ Des Cartes' account of Vol. II. p.100. ------ height at Philadelphia. II. p.108. ---------------- Lucie Leeward Island, II. 109. -------- Portable and Self-regulating. II. p. 117.
The term Quore is likely a Latin term, possibly spelled wrong. The term quaere is legal Latin and means "inquire" or "query".
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